Alain R. Bartroli, AIA-LEED AP graduated with honors “Magna-Cum-Laude” from the University of Miami School of Architecture in 1998, with a Professional Bachelor of Architecture degree. Alain is registered to practice Architecture in the State of Florida and he is a LEED AP (Leadership in Energy Efficient Design – Accredited Professional).
Alain is the recipient of numerous awards and his work has been published in “The Classicist, Vol. #6, InsideOut Magazine, Edge Magazine and Florida 100, Architects & Interior Designers. Alain has vast experience working on a multitude of projects, including single family residential, multifamily residential, high-rises, multi-use, health care, retail, interiors, industrial, restaurants and commercial project types.
Alain’s architectural style follows the “Critical Regionalism” approach to Architecture. Critical Regionalism strives to counter placelessness and lack of identity in modern architecture by using the building’s geographical context. Critical Regionalism is not regionalism in the sense of vernacular architecture, but is, on the contrary, an avant-gardist, modernist approach, but one that starts from the premises of local or regional architecture.
“I practice Modern Architecture and I strive to pursue new innovative directions; however, my buildings are deeply rooted to their place.” Alain R. Bartroli